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Suzanne Malveaux reports that the NBA has initiated a charge to terminate Donald Sterling's ownership of the Clippers.
With few details about what happened to MH370, filmmakers and others have come up with their own theories.
Republicans say that it is fair to question Hillary Clinton's age and health if she runs for President in 2016.
Putin said that Russian troops would be moved from the Ukraine border, but NATO says they have not seen any withdrawal.
CNN's Tom Foreman reports on the results of the Anti-Defamation League's worldwide survey about anti-Semitism.
Propaganda war in Yemen intensifies with shocking video of terrorist brutality released by al Qaeda affiliate, AQAP.
The World Health Organization says the concern about the deadly virus MERS has "significantly increased," with hundreds of people potentially exposed in the U.S. alone. Can officials detect the disease before it's too late and begins to spread to others? CNN's Brian Todd investigates.
(CNN) – Nearly a week after the Republican-led House approved a select committee to investigate the terror attack in Benghazi, Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi indicates there’s been no decision from her caucus on whether to join the effort.
"We'll see," the California congresswoman said on Wednesday when asked by CNN's Wolf Blitzer if Democrats would participate.FULL STORY
In an interview with CNN, the President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition has some stern words for the United States and the Western world, slamming them for not coming to the aid of Syrian rebels fighting against the brutal regime of President Bashar al-Assad. But perhaps more importantly, he has a troubling warning: Syria is being overrun by Islamic jihadists, and they may threaten the West down the line. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
Michael Sam speaks to the media after being drafted into the NFL by the St. Louis Rams.